JOB SUMMARY: Under close supervision in a training capacity (Cage Cashier I) or general supervision (Cage Cashier II), provides cash in exchange for casino chips, tokens, personal or payroll checks; processes slot and Prospector Club Vouchers; provides even exchanges of coin and currency for guests and casino departments; balances assigned bank at the end of shift; and performs other duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (This class specification may not include all the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties that may be performed.) Furnish cash to guests and/or employees in exchange for casino chips, tokens, personal or payroll checks, following established MICS and ISO procedures for verifying identity, etc. in order to provide excellent customer service and to promote the Carson Nugget as the "friendliest casino in town". Balance funds at the beginning and end of assigned shift by physically counting money to complete cash drawer accounting and validate the accuracy of transactions during the shift.
Respond to guests' questions, using the Quick Reference Guide, providing information about casino gaming promotions, special and other events and/or programs in order to assist callers, advertise marketing campaigns and encourage guest attendance and participation. Count currency and coin, either manually or using count equipment by following procedures outlined in MICS in order to provide an accurate valuation of monies exchanges during the shift. Respond to public inquiries in a courteous manner to provide informa tion within the area of assignment. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide training and oversight to less experienced staff.
Provide "second count" on transactions in excess of $1,500.00 to ensure accuracy. Perform other duties as assigned. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: Coin currency count equipment Computer(s) 10-key calculator/adding machine Applicant must be 21 years of age at time of application and be able to obtain a Nevada Gaming Registration.
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